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Relatives of Peyton Pruitt, 18, say there is no way he could have provided any assistance to terrorists. This photo was taken in 2014, according to family members. Ray Baker
The outgoing leader of a bloc of business-friendly Assembly Democrats has accepted a job advising a pharmaceutical industry organization on state policy.
Assemblyman Henry Perea, D-Fresno, announced this month he would step down rather than serve out the remaining year of his term. He had accumulated significant clout in the Legislature, heading a coalition of moderate Democrats and playing a key role in shaping major bills like a $7.5 billion water bond and a sweeping climate change measure.
On January 1, California residents will have to accustom themselves to a number of new laws that will be implemented in the state. These are some the laws that will likely have the most profound effect:
SB 172: High school seniors will receive their diploma whether or not they pass or even take an exit exam; the law also applies retroactively to students who have graduated since 2004;
SB 178: Will force law enforcement to obtain search warrants in order to examine citizens’ emails, text messages, Internet search history and other digital data;
SB 199: Airsoft guns will be required to show aspects marking them as toys, such as fluorescent trigger guards;
SB 277: Will require most children to obtain full vaccination by July so they can attend school in September;
SB 549: Allows in-game charity raffles allowing winners to keep 50 percent of ticket sales, rather than the current 10% and the rest going to charity;
SB 588: Permits the California Labor Commissioner to place a lien on an employer’s property to try and recoup the value of wages left unpaid;
SB 707: Bans concealed firearms from college campuses and K-12 school grounds;
AB 202: Cheerleaders for professional sports teams will be regarded as employees;
AB 329: Makes participation in sex education courses mandatory for students unless parents opt-out, would also inculcate the teaching of a fluid gender identity;
AB 359: Forces stores to keep employees for at least 90 days so they cannot be fired as a result of buyouts or mergers;
AB 775: Forces crisis pregnancy centers” to post a sign alerting clients of the existence nearby of public family planning programs, including abortions;
AB 1014: Will permit family members to obtain a restraining order to keep relatives who might commit gun violence from owning a gun;
AB 1100: Will raise the fee for a statewide proposition from $200 to $2,000;
AB 1422: Forces Uber, Lyft, and similar entities to give the California Department of Motor Vehicles access to driver records.
The Sierra Nevada snowpack measured above average for this time of year, but it’s not enough to make a dent in California’s stubborn four-year drought, state water managers said Wednesday.
Teenagers face $450 permit fee for wanting to shovel the snow off neighbor’s driveway